Pre-Nursing Students are encouraged to view the nursing power point slides prior to your appointment.
Several of the pre-health clubs are looking to fill leadership positions for next
year! If you have considered getting involved in a club, now is the time! Involvement
in club leadership provides invaluable experience and looks great on an application!
Connect with UVU pre-health clubs on Orgsync.com or Facebook.
Pharmacy Club: Orgsync
Pre-Dental Club: Facebook Orgsync
Pre-Medical Association: Facebook Orgsync
Pre-Occupational Therapy Club: Facebook Orgsync
Pre-Optometry Club: Facebook Orgsync
Pre-Physician Assistant Club: Facebook Orgsync
Pre-Physical Therapy Club: Facebook Orgsync
Wednesday & Thursday, September 16th & 17th — 10:00am-2:00pm — Pope Science Courtyard
Learn about the various clubs on campus and how you can get involved!
Monday, September 21st — 10:00am-2:00pm — Grande Ballroom
Make contacts, get info, win prizes! This is a great opportunity to meet with representatives
from health professions programs, learn about program requirements, and get your questions
Health Professions Program Attendees:
A.T. Still University- School of Osteopathic Medicine
American University of Antigua College of Medicine
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
California School of Podiatric Medicine- Podiatry
Campbell University College of Pharmacy
Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine
Cleveland Chiropractic College
Creighton University- School Of Pharmacy & Health Prof
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
Life Chiropractic College West
Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Midwestern University- Health Sciences
National College of Natural Medicine - ND, D/MSOM, MSiMR, MScN, MScGH, MSiMH
New York Chiropractic College
Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences- College of Osteopathic Medicine
Palmer College of Chiropractic
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Rocky Vista University
Roseman University of Health Sciences
Samford University - McWhorter School of Pharmacy
Samuel Merritt University
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine - Doctorate
St. George's University, Grenada, West Indies
UIW Rosenberg School of Optometry
Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara
University of the Pacific
University of Utah - College of Nursing
University of Utah - College of Pharmacy
University of Utah - Department of Physical Therapy
University of Utah - Division of Occupational Therapy
University of Utah - School of Medicine
University of Western States
Weber State University - Nursing
Western University of Health Sciences
Provo's Share a Smile Clinic is a non-profit dental clinic servicing the oral health needs of the homeless and impoverished in Utah County.
Their yearly fundraiser is coming up August 22nd, the Share a Smile Triathlon at Scera Park in Orem. They are looking for volunteers to come help with supervising the race in a number of different capacities including handing out race packets and supervising the race course.
For those interested, contact Heather Hogue at 801-477-6193 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Below is a flyer providing more details on the race! With this opportunity pre-dental students can also learn about ways to volunteer in their dental clinic and receive hands-on experience in the Fall.
Who we are:
Habitat for Humanity is a well-known, World renowned Non-profit organization. Much of the work we do, whether at the ReStore or on the building of houses, is done by volunteers. We welcome volunteers of all skill levels who are interested in contributing their time and talents toward making a difference in the lives of families in need!
Habitat for Humanity of Utah County provides opportunities for individuals and organizations to take action in the fight against substandard housing. Working together to help people become successful homeowners creates stability in the community.
What we do:
The ReStore is a vital contributor to the Habitat for Humanity cause. Our mission is to raise money for the building of houses by obtaining donations in the form of building supplies, furniture, and home décor items from the community, and selling these items to others in the community who need them.
Volunteering at the ReStore means volunteering in a stimulating, often educational (especially if you don’t know much about building), fun environment.
As a volunteer, your duties can/will include general maintenance of the store(s), receiving donations- this often includes heavy lifting, organization of building supplies, cleaning of donations, putting together donated items, and helping customers.
How we can help you:
Just as we help people attain their dreams of getting into a home, we are committed to helping you achieve your dreams of attending the professional school of your choice. We will provide you will the volunteer opportunity needed for your applications, and, if desired, a letter of recommendation. While letters of recommendation are great, the joy you feel while helping these families in need is a reward by itself. Even though your dreams of attending professional school may change, the time you spend here will help your community. By helping here, you can make a difference. You will make a difference and to you. We are grateful for all the help we receive from our communities, and would love for you to be a part of it.
Please go to our website
We are looking for four interns to fill up our schedule this Fall. This is an unpaid internship but is a great opportunity to work in an outpatient setting. We have openings in all shifts which are MWF morning from 7-12 and afternoon from 1-5. Tuesday and Thursday the schedules are from 9-1 morning and 2-7 for the afternoon.
If you have interest in an internship with us you can send me an email to email@example.com
Courage Reins mission is to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities
through therapeutic horseback riding and other equine based activities. Interns will
assist with providing a safe, fun, and challenging setting for physical, cognitive,
social, and emotional growth of clients.
For more information, visit: Equine Therapy Intern
The Academic Tutoring Center is currently looking for experienced students who have
taken both CHEM I and II, PHYS I and II, and several other CHEM, PHYS and BIO courses.
As a UVU tutor, many of our student employees value the experiences they gain while
working with their peers; not to mention the benefit of keeping these courses fresh
in their mind!
We are primarily looking to hire student tutors for the upcoming Fall 2015 semester; however, we may have a few summer openings.
For more information, visit https://www.uvu.jobs/postings/13467
This is a high-performance internship for students who are seeking excellence in physical
therapy and in the health industry. We are still 100% for placement in Physical Therapy
school and remain one of the best internships for hands-on experience. This is also
a good opportunity to meet and network with students in different health programs
from different schools.
By the end of your 200-hour internship you will be able to:
• Perform and know when to use different physical therapy modalities (ultrasound, electrical stimulation, interferential current, combo and iontophoresis),
• Be proficient in correctly documenting physical therapy notes: SOAP notes, treatment records, and procedure records;
• Perform PNF and different mobilizations of the neck, shoulder and ankle,
• Create effective Home Exercise Programs for physical therapy patients,
• Know how to create workouts and instruct cross fit classes, and…
• Be the best you can be!
For more information: Physical Therapy Internships
Are you looking for a unique and fulfilling volunteer experience? Consider becoming
a Lifeline at the Utah County Crisis Line. We are a free, 24 hour, confidential listening
line that provides support and community resources for people in crisis. We receive
calls for a variety of reasons including: thoughts of suicide, depression, addiction,
sickness, death of a loved one, abuse, stress, or any situation the caller may feel
unable to cope with. We listen and guide people to local agencies to help them find
As a volunteer you will gain professional training, work experience, hours that work around your schedule, volunteer tokens of appreciation, and personal fulfillment knowing that YOU are someone's Lifeline. The skills you learn will benefit you in your everyday life; at school, on the job, and in your relationships with others.
• You must be at least 18 years of age.
• You must live in Utah County.
• You must be willing to submit to a background check.
• You must be mentally and emotionally stable.
• You must be willing to make a 4 month commitment and work one 3 hour shift a week and 1 overnight shift every 4-6 weeks.
Come join our team of caring individuals as we support the community with this valuable resource. For more information about training dates, applications, or internship opportunities, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support!
Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/utahcountycrisisline
It is one thing to simply say you joined a club; it is quite another to be involved! UVU has several excellent clubs on campus especially for pre-health students. These clubs provide great opportunities to those involved including but not limited to networking, service, and leadership experience. They also provide unique experiences for their members including the opportunity to interact with local healthcare professionals as well as representatives from health professions programs. All clubs at UVU are required to have club dues; this is a nominal fee which is used to help fund club events and activities. Get involved today!
To join a club, go to: http://uvu.orgsync.com/org/clubs
To pay your club dues, visit the Clubs Office (SL 122) OR pay online.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAYING DUES ONLINE:
1. Login to your UV Link (https://uvlink.uvu.edu)
2. Click 'Student' tab
3. Click 'Student Services and Resources' tab
4. Click 'Pay Club Dues'
5. Select the Club of your choice
6. Enter payment info
For more information and to register, visit http://wwww.irisreading.com/memory-techniques/.
This is a free resource available to premed students nationwide, at no cost or obligation.
Access Your Exam
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Scroll down to "Take a Free Test," in order to get to the exam.
The Pre-Health counselors DO NOT advise for Dental Hygiene, Radiology Tech, or Respiratory Therapy. For Dental Hygiene be sure to contact the Dental Hygiene department advisor. If you are interested in Radiology Tech or Respiratory Therapy, please contact the school(s) you would like to attend and then see a University Studies Counselor to map out your course sequencing.